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Oct
02

California’s Assembly Bill No. 5 (AB-5), known as the “Gig Economy Bill”, was viewed by many as an important and necessary step to protect the lives of working people, but the bill is already creating problems for Tech companies, their employees, and even consumers. A “gig economy” is a labor market characterized by the prevalence

Oct
01

Telehealth is the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies for long-distance clinical health care (telemedicine), health-related education, and health administration. Often praised for its convenience and affordability, telehealth is a popular venue for the treatment of chronic conditions and mental health disorders. Increasingly utilized to provide

Sep
25

The need for sustainable energy sources has become the focus on the international stage over the past decade. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), total greenhouse gas emissions in the United States have decreased by 7 percent, while global greenhouse gas emissions are at an all-time high. Even as world leaders have continued

Sep
22

Everyday people use technology driven by artificial intelligence (“AI”) without realizing it. Common phone applications such as mobile banking, ride sharing, predictive internet searching, and music recommendations all depend on AI. As technology has continually evolved, so too have peoples’ lives and undoubtedly the laws regulating such technology. We are

Sep
11

     Websites like Airbnb, VRBO, and HomeAway have quickly become household names, known for their short-term rentals that are easily reserved on their websites and mobile applications. These popular sites are an online marketplace that allow hosts to earn an income from their properties, whether that might be an empty house, apartment, room, or shared

Sep
10

In the past few years, e-scooter rideshare companies, like Bird and Lime, have popped up in major cities around the United States, including North Carolina cities Charlotte, Raleigh, and Durham. The e-scooters are so popular in Charlotte that riders have logged over one million miles. Users can simply download the company’s app on their phone,

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